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Implementation of ‘Our City on Europeana’ (SoI-PL-236)
Grudziądz on Europeana It is always interesting to look at old photos of our families, friends, houses or home towns. By implementing …
Implementation of ‘Inventions and Discoveries’ (SOI-GR-235)
“The progressive development of man is vitally dependent on invention. It is the most important product of his creative brain.” ― Nikola …
Implementation of ‘Adventurous Journey through Europe and Culture’ (SOI-GR-234)
Why chosen? The story of implementation was organized by Barbara Zadraveli around the learning scenario ‘Adventurous Journey through Europe and Culture’, originally …
Implementation of ‘Take aim at climate change’ (SOI-RO-233)
Context The learning scenario “Take aim at climate change”, created by Emine Ertas, was implemented by the Romanian teacher Hortensia Bogdan with …
Implementation of ‘Gender Inequality in Workplaces’ (SOI-DI-232)
This learning scenario, created by Marina Stanojlović Mirčić, is about the problem of gender inequality in workplaces. The main goal for students …
Implementation of ‘Jobs’ (SOI-TR-231)
What is your dream job in the future? Having a green job! Green jobs are good for students to contribute to the …
Implementation of “Inclusion Processes through Participatory Photography and Digital Narratives” (SoI-ES-230)
Context of implementation The students that took part in the implementation are attending a Vocational Education Course (Higher Technician in Social Integration), …
Implementation of ‘You can’t judge a book by its cover. Or can you?’ (SOI-HR-229)
Context I decided to implement students’ activities according to the LS,  and adjust them to 16-year-old students. I started my teaching classes …
Implementation of ‘You can’t judge a book by its cover. Or can you?’ (SOI-HR-228)
Implementation context I chose LS “You can’t judge a book by its cover. Or can you?” to mark World Book Day with …
Implementation of ‘Writing home: coping with migration’ (SOI-GR-227)
Young Europeans are familiar with migration and immigrants- but let’ s try to walk in their shoes for a while. When and …
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Level of Education:
Early childhood & Primary Education
Lower secondary
Upper secondary
VET and adult education

Topic:
Art
History
Language subjects
Music
Philosophy
STEAM (STEM + Arts)
Environment
Diversity and Inclusion

Language:
English
French
Italian
Portuguese
Spanish

Type of implementation:
Face-to-face
Blended
Online

Key competences promoted:
Literacy
STEM skills
Digital literacy
Physical and emotional well-being
Citizenship
Entrepreneurship
Cultural awareness and expression

Methodology and trends:
Flipped classroom
Project-based learning
Cooperative learning
Gamification
Problem-based learning
Inquiry-based learning
CLIL
Game Based Learning

Type of education:
Formal
Non-formal
Informal

Type of Activity/Task:
Quiz
Role game
Group dynamics
Brainstorming
Mind map
Oral presentation
External visit
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